Paula, at Feral Paws Rescue Group told me that my picture was posted at social media (since I'm a cat, I don't know what that means, but I think it is something special). Anyway, a few hours later a very important lady talked to Paula about viewing me. An appointment was made and next thing I know, I'm adopted.
It seems this lady is a doctor who works with abused children, and was looking for a therapy cat to help the children feel more secure during sessions with the doctor. I love kids! Perfect fit for all of us. And although my previous owner didn't want me, I can now help children my special kind kitty-love. I guess life works out in mysterious ways. One day I had a home, next I didn't, then I was set up at a shelter who took me to a pet store for an adoption event (where it seems nobody wanted me), then I went back to the shelter (who labeled me un-adoptable because nobody picked me at the shelter adoption event). I'm a good kitty, and it wasn't my fault people chose to pass me by. But then fate stepped in and the shelter contacted Paula at Feral Paws Rescue Group and I was made December Cat of the Month. Next thing I know is that Paula brings a lady to see me at FPRG Adoption Center, and I'm adopted! Now I'll have a very important role in helping kids feel secure and loved...by me.
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